Add comment June 17th, 2013
An aggressive symbol of a hunter’s trophy is transformed into a playful, soft, and inviting tapestry. The plush design is created using warm fabrics and traditional hooking methods, including a silk bloodstain detail. Launched at the groundbreaking CDN design exhibit Cabin.
Add comment June 11th, 2013
The Inuit carved figures of animals and humans to depict their daily experience, and to honour the animals that are integral parts of their lives. These souvenir sculptures are a neat evolution of the Inuit style and technique, still carved in the traditional style, but mass produced with a naturally derived wax and a blend of natural minerals that simulates the look and feel of soapstone.
Add comment June 9th, 2013
Mimicking the cut of an axe on a piece of kindling, the splinters are carefully stretched and bent forward to become the anchors for your jackets. Simple, clean and Canadian, the coat rack feels modern and ancient and the same time. Launched at the influential Cabin Exhibit globally in 2003.
Add comment June 8th, 2013